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Emotions and Performance: A Quasi Natural Experiment from the FIFA World Cup (Reading Online Sport Economics Seminars)
“Emotions and Performance: A Quasi Natural Experiment from the FIFA World Cup”
Jorge A. Tovar, University de los Andes / University of Wisconsin, Madison
Reading Online Sport Economics Seminars (ROSES): An online series of sport economics seminars, organised by James Reade (@jjreade), Carl Singleton (@csingletonecon) and Adrian Bell, part of the Football Research Group at the University of Reading.
All Seminars take place on Fridays at 2:30 to 4pm, UK time, on Microsoft Teams.
- 22 May: Jamin Speer, University of Memphis, “The Consequences of Relegation and Promotion in European Soccer Leagues: A Regression Discontinuity Approach”
- 29 May: Johan Rewilak, Aston University, “The designated player policy rule and attendance demand in US Soccer”
- 5 June: Brad Humphries, West Virginia University, “Do Sporting Events Amplify Influenza Transmission? Causal Evidence from US Professional Team Sports”
Joining instructions: Seminar via Microsoft Teams. Contact James Reade at firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR PAPERS OPEN NOW
We invite submissions to present on Fridays in the ten weeks between 3 July and 4 Sept (pdf). If you would like to present, submit a title and abstract via this form by 31 May: